Indian restaurants are relatively easy to find in Jakarta. But which one are the best?! Here is our recommendation for best Indian restaurants in Jakarta:
1. Ganesha ek Sanskriti
Ganesha Kemang was started in 2007. The restaurants have a very romantic ambiance. Ganesha’s bar offers you a variety of wines and other liquor to make your evening memorable with your family, friends and office colleagues/partners. At Ganesha ek sanskriti, they are making a unique blend of hospitality and culture, whereby authentic Indian food is served with ethnicity. Experience an Indian hospitality.
Kemang Square 2nd floor
Jl. Kemang Raya No. 5, Jakarta
Phone: 021 719 6836, 719 6837
Lunch: 11.30 am – 3pm (Monday to Friday)
12pm – 3pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Dinner: 5pm – 10pm (Sunday to Thursday)
5pm – 11pm (Friday & Saturday)
2. Queen’s Tandoor
Queens Tandoor offers you the culture of India at the heart of Indonesia providing an ambiance filled with tradition through its original décor, soothing music, deliciously spiced dishes, thirst-quenching drinks, sweet-tooth desserts; all from the so much loved – India. The ‘fusion’ fever has travelled into many restaurants all around the world. Queens Tandoor too has created a special fusion blend of Indian and Chinese Cuisine creating a menu so rich and unique for first timers.
Permata Plaza Jl MH. Thamrin Kav 57, Jakarta
Phone: 021 390 328 788
Open: Sun-Sat 10.30am-3pm and 6-11:30pm
Sunlake Hotel Jalan Danau Permai Raya Blok C, Sunter
Phone: 021 6583 1477
Open Sun-Sat 10.30am-3pm and 6-11:30pm
FB: Queens Tandoor
3. Man Aur Tan
The romantic & classy Indian Restaurant with an ambience of royal palace creates an atmosphere of being served as kings and queens. We provide our honourable customers an authentic taste of North India, it creates a nostalgic environment and relaxed attitude.
Manhattan Hotel, 6th Floor Jl.Prof Dr.Satrio No 1 Jakarta
Phone: 021 3004 0888
Open Sun-Sat 12 pm-11 pm
4. Kinara $$$
The venue of choice for lovers of the finer things of life, Kinara offers patrons a variety of superb dining and entertainment options all available at one fabulous location. The word Kinara has varied interpretations: in Hindi it translates into edge, in Punjabi riverbank. Kinara can also mean shoreline or meeting point. First established in Singapore, Kinara is a celebration of Indian culture in all its tingling diversity that brings the best of Indian cuisine, music, decor and ambience to you our valued guests.
Jl. Kemang Raya No. 78-B Jakarta
Phone: 021 719 2677
Open Sun-Sat 10am-10pm
Kooh-e-Noor is a modest eatery that can accommodate up to 100 diners. Its walls are decorated with Indian ornaments and paintings, and pink and maroon appear to be the official colors. The walls, marble floor, ceiling and tablecloths are all one of these two colors.
Pasar Festival Ground floor 03-04 Jl. Rasuna Said C-22 Jakarta
Phone: 021 527 6531
Open Sun-Sat 10am-10pm
6. The Royal Kitchen
The Royal Kitchen serve generous helpings of its signature North Indian dishes, vegetarian or non-vegetarian in a modern and tasteful ambiance. You can chill at the bar while watching the activities in their open tandoor kitchen.
Jl. Kawasan Mega Kuningan Barat Kav.3-5, Jakarta Selatan
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +62 21 30029975